Yesterday in New York the "People's Climate March" moved from Columbus Circle through Midtown to Times Square and the far West Side. Their goal was "to bring attention to the relevance of climate change and its effects."
The march drew over 300,000 people including climate change
The march took most of the day - once having to stop because of the numbers of people and nowhere to move. Apparently there were no trash cans available either because this is what the streets looked like after the march was completed:
These are people who spent their day marching to "save the planet." Is it any wonder so few people take them seriously? Of course, those who do are the same people who have watched all of Al Gore's predictions fail to come to fruition and have watched him get even more filthy rich than he already was by pushing his global warming agenda and investing in green energy companies to take full advantage of the hysteria he created. The polar ice caps are supposed to be gone according to Gore. Instead they're both growing at record rates - something that proves virtually nothing except that Al Gore was wrong.
And yet Gore remains the hero of the "Save the planet from people" movement.
Remember when Glenn Beck and the Tea Party held its big rally in Washington DC a few years ago? Although they tried, critics were hard pressed to find trash scattered about. Mostly what they saw was this:
And finally, let's compare the Beck rally to the inauguration of Barack Obama in 2009. It's interesting how many people on the left are so adamant about saving the planet, fighting climate change and keeping the Earth clean and green for the next generations but they can't seem to find a trash can when they need one...